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I don't recommend the pet bedding, as it's often chemically treated
On Oct 3, 2013 12:04 PM, "C. Kinsey" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I get a big bag of cedar bedding from the pet store and stuff old panty
> hose, or pillow cases (with channels sewn into them).  I run the legs of
> the panty hose in the sleeves of garments, hang the pillow cases from
> hanger and put it between hanging garb.  Pillow cases can also be paid in
> the bottom, or top, of storage tubs.
>
> You do need to redo these every couple of years or so to keep it fresh.
> Which reminds me.......
>
> Liriel
>
>    *From:* Eowyth ža Sišend <[log in to unmask]>
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Sent:* Thursday, October 3, 2013 10:31 AM
> *Subject:* [CALONTIR] Garb Storage
>
> Greetings all!
>
> As some of you have heard, I recently moved into a new lovely house. As
> such, there is ROOM for me to properly store my garb. Most of it, I will be
> hanging. Some will be folded into dressers (like pants & such).
>
> Here's my question - If hanging in a closet (or portable closet/wardrobe)
> what is the most effective way to keep moths, bugs, etc. away? Cedar
> blocks? Are there specific types to use or buy? I do most of my shopping on
> Amazon, so specific details are appreciated. :-)
>
> Also - any other discussion regarding storage of garb, veils, hats, etc is
> appreciated. It's mostly linen, with just a few pieces of silk and wool.
>
> Thanks, all!
>
> In Service,
>
> Eowyth
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